Winners of RIBA architecture competition to select architects for the Bristol Arena, a large indoor multipurpose arena, to be located on the former diesel depot site close to Temple Meads railway station in central Bristol. It is anticipated that the Arena will open in the summer of 2017.
The UK government granted Robin Hood Gardens a five-year immunity from heritage listing in 2009 – meaning that the council were able to approve demolition. Now that five-year period has expired, the Twentieth Century Society has submitted a new report, claiming the decision was ill-judged.
The architecture sought to create generous internal spaces for the cold days, such as, for example, a cozy living room and an enclosed bathhouse with a pool, where the views can be appreciated while being protected by a skin of glass.
The Glasgow School of Art will name the design firm expected to replicate the Mackintosh library by the end of the month. Five architects were selected in January, from a longlist of 14 architecture studios, to work on restoration of the A-listed Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh building.
In the transition region of a typical Dutch village and the cultivated agricultural landscape, on a plot of approximately 6 ha is the ensemble a modern villa and a horse stable, based on the strict requirements of the zoning plan, embedded in the context.
Architecture competition win for the Ulju Government Complex in Ulsan, South Korea – a seaside metropolitan city known for its whaling heritage in the southeast of Korea with a population of 1.2 million.
This celebrated architecture office change practice name to reflect long-term equity partner Colin Harris. The architecture practice has recently completed major buildings including the £240m Chengdu Museum in China and the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
Winner of the Presidential Medal of the Arts in 1999 and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 2001.
Michael Graves influenced a generation of American design with a breadth few architects in history have matched. But it was the cream, salmon and blue-colored Portland Building, published on a 1982 cover of Time magazine, that first introduced Graves and the architectural movement of postmodernism to the wider world.
Edinburgh-based Sutherland Hussey Architects has changed its title to embrace long-term equity partner Colin Harris. The architecture practice, which has recently completed a raft of major projects including the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop and the £240m Chengdu Museum in China, is now be known as Sutherland Hussey Harris.
Office building „Cherub“ with an area of 13,000 sqm is sensitively connected to the neighbouring space. With its characteristic shape and original facade, it creates a recognizable new building in Prague Smichov.
The former industrial site on the Leeds-Liverpool canal is located in the Holbeck Urban Village, a Conservation Area that features several listed buildings, including the elegant Italianate towers that lend the site its name.
The building is situated nearby a mountain lake and is configured with two major volumes, taking advantage of the natural form of the site, which presents two major level drops alternated with two approximately flat areas.